The Magic Flute

November 2024

Composer: W.A. Mozart
Librettist: Emanuel Schikaneder
Premiere Performance: Sept 30, 1791—Vienna, Theater an der Wein

With a magic flute and bells, a prince and a bird-catcher set off to free a kidnapped princess. However, the path to happiness is not smooth as friends become enemies and foes become allies in this comic opera with a star-studded cast. Gorgeous music, whimsical characters, sorcerers, heroes, magical instruments, and delightful special effects are layered over the deeper quest for wisdom and truth.

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Date + Times

Act I: 70 minutes
Intermission: 25 minutes
Act II: 85 minutes
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Queen of the Night
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1st Lady


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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria on January 26, 1756. Though he did not begin to walk until he was three years old, Mozart’s talent for music soon became apparent. At the age of four, he could reproduce on the piano a melody played to him; at five, he could play the violin with perfect intonation; and at six he composed his first minuet. As the young Mozart’s reputation grew, his father Leopold realized the financial rewards that could arise from increased exposure of his son’s talents. From that time on, Wolfgang and his sister Nannerl spent much of their childhood traveling through Europe. The rulers of Europe and England were astounded by Wolfgang’s abilities of composition, improvisations, and sight reading. While the public admired Wolfgang for his talents, they disapproved quite heartily of his father, saying extensive voyages and frequent exhibitions were no life for the child.

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